If we strive for liberation, we should act as accomplices, not allies. Liberation is dependent on each other, colonization and formation of social organization based on hierarchy has tricked us into being separate. Learn more about accomplices, not allies here.
Join/organize direct actions, boycotts, strikes, disruptions (especially black-, indigenous-, immigrant-, muslim-, queer-, trans- houseless-, differently abled-, & people of color-led resistance)
Efforts and policies that protect and honor vulnerable peoples (such as Sanctuary Cities)
Rapid response networks (deportation resistance, hate crime response, safety walks, abortion facility protection, eviction blockades, cop watch, know your rights trainings, etc.) and other mutual aid supports
Create Spaces Free From
Antiblackness, anti-indigenity, racism, sexism, homo- and transphobia, ableism, and state & interpersonal violence
Local city council/board meetings, call your representatives - disrupt the normalization of inhumane decision-making processes
Grow local peace economies
Localize and decentralize food and energy production to build community resilience in the face of global environmental, economic, and political crises. Share with people around you, start a community garden, get solar panels, bike where you can.
Yourself, our communities, and networks on colonization, the commons, public good, war economy, human rights, internationalist analysis, capitalism, militarization, trade aggression, migrant & refugee persecution & criminalization, climate change.
Prioritize care and healing (physical, mental, spiritual) for peoples’ resilience. Build long-term relationships of accountability- be responsive to the experiences, voices, needs, and perspectives of people across a spectrum of identities. Do more listening, less speaking and planning
Invest in and support cultural resistance and expression
Through art, music, poetry, dance